Could tension in Gulf escalate into an open conflict? | Inside Story

Could tension in Gulf escalate into an open conflict? | Inside Story
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It’s the second attack in less than 48 hours. Two Saudi oil pumping stations were targeted on Tuesday – west of the capital Riyadh
Houthi rebels say they carried out the strikes to warn the kingdom against what they describe as its ‘aggression’ in Yemen.
Saudi Arabia’s state-owned energy company Aramco has now stopped pumping oil through a major pipeline.
The incidents come after two Saudi oil tankers were damaged in an attack off the coast of the Emirate of Fujairah.
The Emirati government has also said four ships were targeted off its coast.
What’s really behind this series of attacks?

Floryday WW

Presenter: Adrian Finighan

Guests
Nasser Arrabyee, Yemeni journalist and filmmaker.
Trita Parsi, Professor of Middle East Politics at Georgetown University and Author of ‘Losing an Enemy- Obama, Iran and the triumph of Diplomacy.
Samuel Ramani, Univeristy of Oxford PhD candidate, regular contributor for the Diplomat and Washington Post.

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